News and events covering Streamlio, streaming data, and messaging.
Organizations stuck with slow, mucky data swamps are not alone. Companies like Yahoo Inc. and Twitter Inc. may have the resources to create real-time streaming data platforms, but most companies are still searching for a way to provide speedy data to their users. Streamlio is creating an accessible real-time solution for streaming data.
Streamlio co-founders Karthik Ramasamy and Matteo Merli discuss their company’s new streaming data platform,
Lewis Kaneshiro joins the Software Engineering Daily podcast to discuss Streamlio’s approach to helping enterprises make better use of their fast-moving data, including a discussion of Apache Pulsar*, the open source project leveraged in the Streamlio solution.
Organizations stuck with slow, mucky data swamps are not alone. Companies like Yahoo Inc. and Twitter Inc. may have the resources to create real-time streaming data platforms, but most companies are still searching for a way to provide speedy data to their users. Streamlio is taking advantage of open-source technology to create an accessible real-time solution for streaming data.
The hyperscalers of the world have to deal with dataset sizes – both streaming and at rest – and real-time processing requirements that put them into an entirely different class of computing. This is one of the reasons why an upstart called Streamlio has created a new event-driven platform that is based the work of software engineers at Twitter, Yahoo, and Google.
Today the OpenMessaging initiative announced the first open standard, multi-platform performance benchmark for messaging solutions. This extensible benchmark, created through a collaborative effort including Streamlio, Alibaba and the OpenMessaging community, meets the demand for tools to help organizations evaluate the performance of messaging and queuing solutions and demonstrates the continued progress of OpenMessaging in empowering developers and users creating modern data applications.
The Data Engineering Podcast interviews Rajan Dhabalia and Streamlio’s Matteo Merli about their work on Apache Pulsar. They explain how Pulsar is architected, how to scale it, and how it fits into your existing infrastructure.
Thomas Henson interviews Streamlio co-founders Lewis Kaneshiro and Karthik Ramasamy about the evolution of real-time streaming and messaging.
The Roaring Elephant interviews Matteo Merli and Sijie Guo, going in depth on the merits and technical details of Apache Pulsar.
Streamlio today announced that it has joined with industry leaders Alibaba, Di Di, and Yahoo! to launch OpenMessaging, a standards initiative for messaging software, within the Linux Foundation.
SiliconAngle looks at how Streamlio is building an integrated solution for real-time and streaming